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workings of the clint on white house were made public today -- clinton white house were made public today. among them? documents about hillary clinton and her healthcare task force. papers also show the clinton administration's response to early attacks by al-qaeda. friends and critics of the former first lady are exedpect to pour erov the documents as she considers a run at the presidency. >>> it has been called a major breach upof s remet cour security. a protest group posted this video from inside the high court during oral arguments. the high court nsba electronic devices and has never allowed cameras. that shaky youtube video shows a protester denouncing the court's decision in a campaign finance case, no reaction from the justices and no toward if anything will happen as a result of this video. you can believe they'll be looking for the person who posted that. >>> man declared dead woke up inside a body bag at a funeral home. >> this is one of the most bizarre and amazing stories. we'll share it with you all night. this started wednesday night in lexington, mississippi. the coroner
healthcare heck ever appear on the -- did hillary clinton ever appear on a sitcom? no, she didn't, but that was one consideration. that is one thing you'll find as the national archives releases documents from the bill clinton presidency. other documents touch on everything from the failed effort on health reform to new technology back then referred to as the super information highway now called the internet. >>> let's get back to the district heights area now for the breaking news. firefighters say multiple fires were set at the oak crest condo on brooks drive and mola lenghi just arrived on the scene. tell us what you've learned. >> reporter: firefighters just said they just put out those fires. they were on the fifth floor of that building. behind me ladders extend up to the higher floors. they made some balcony rescues and as you said, firefighters say those fires on the fifth floor were intentionally set. several small fires is the way they described them. obviously they had to make some of those higher level unit rescues. they asked residents to come onto their balconies
served under drat i can president bill clinton. and he, cone, as sounded the alarm on the proposed troop reduction. >> with few iranianser--with fewer forces, you have high err ising. >> i don't think he is--high err ising. >> i don't think he is--risk. i don't think he is correct. and for the nation to build up to the nation building size troop forces is much eastier to do than to embrace the reforms, which was to break the force down and do more special forces. >> well, he is technically correct, if they are wrong and we have to fight two major wars at the small time and the smaller number of soldiers are at a greater risk. but most experts are saying that, i think. and secondly, the marine corp. is not taking much of a hit at all and that is the military of the future. >> look, technically, she is right. it is going reduce the risk. the problem-- >> no, no, the whole risk factor for the united states, in my judgment has been reduced around the globe. >> what is the most serious threat of a major war involving the united states? i think it is the islands which the chinese and the japan
clinton to run than vice president joe biden. secretary of state kerry said late today that it would be "a grave mistake" for russia to send troops into neighboring ukraine. last weekend the ukrainian president was topple bide violent protests. today, russia unexpectedly mobilized troops near the border in what it calls a training exercise. clarissa ward is in the ukrainian capital kiev. >> reporter: tonight, ukraine's opposition leaders chose independence square, the center of the revolution, to introduce the country's new government. to booing from somef crowd. parliament must ratify the new ministers tomorrow, but for some there were too many familiar faces on stage. katerina say 27-year-old teacher. >> people are angry. especially these days, people are very angry. >> reporter: ukraine's ousted president, viktor yanukovych, fled the capital five days ago, following a week of violence in which 80 protesters were killed. now, the country is trying to move forward, but it won't be easy. ukraine is almost bankrupt. it needs $35 billion over the next two years. so far, russia has refused to
and stamped confidential, but tomorrow a batch of memos and papers from the clinton administration will be made public. about 5,000 document will be released over the next two -- documents will be released over thbeen requested for years under the freedom of information act. >>> investigative reporter russ ptacek was told to mind his own business last spring and that restaurant owner is in trouble again. the return of the mice and a $10,000 bet on whether the restaurant will clean up its mess. >> reporter: you may were this metro center cozy from the rodent citation last year. well, they've been closed again and that's a new health hazard closure order on the front door. inside we watched cosi workers clean and prep for the reinspection it needs to reopen. outside bewildered customers pulled on locked doors and read the health department closure plaque. that's a health department health hazard sign. rodents. >> oh, gross. >> reporter: in its second closure inspectors cited cosi with mold growth in the ice machine, said floors near the oven were heavy with dirt and mouse dropping
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